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Publication - 03 Oct 18

The Crimes Amendment (Publicly Threatening and Inciting Violence) Act 2018 (NSW) (Act) commenced operation on 13 August 2018. It introduces an indictable offence in the Crimes Act 1900 (NSW) (Crimes Act), for public acts that intentionally or recklessly threaten or incite "violence" on various grounds including "race", "religious belief or affiliation", "sexual orientation",... Read More

News - 02 Jul 18

Today marks an exciting moment in Lander & Rogers history as our largest ever intake of senior promotions start their new leadership roles and Genevieve Collins commences as the firm’s new Chief Executive Partner. In celebration of our leadership journey, we would like to share a short video that captures insights... Read More

News - 17 Nov 17

Independent Australian law firm Lander & Rogers announced today the appointment of five additional workplace relations and safety (WR&S) specialists to its national market-leading team. All five appointees are Sydney-based and have joined Lander & Rogers from Henry Davis York. The new appointees are: Sally Moten — Special Counsel Sophie Bonnette — Lawyer Adam... Read More

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